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Saving previous versions of files multiple times a day

Posted on 2006-10-25
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On our network we have certain office fies that are modified multiple times daily.  We would like to server to keep copies of previous versions from the same day without having to run the backup program run multiple times daily.  Here is an example:  The document file compfiles.doc is located on the public network drive P: the file is updated about 20 times per day and saved multiple times per day.  If data is deleted then the file is saved is there a way to recover the deleted data without losing the previous entries from that day.  Sort of like having a program keep track of the previous ten versions of the program per day.

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